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Steering Kit (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Merideth: If your steering system has seen better days and you're in search of an affordable replacement for your 2007 and 2018 JK Wrangler, this steering kit will be a solid solution. Now, the factory steering system is not bulletproof, especially when put up against larger wheels and tires with heavier rotational masks. So, this will serve as a great replacement if you've started to notice some wear and tear, or additional play in the steering. This kit will tighten everything up for the JK owner looking to do some maintenance and isn't looking to completely upgrade to a heavy-duty kit if they're not wheeling their JK hard, or have a super heavy wheel and tire setup that could cause any accelerated wear and tear.This will improve your handling and performance by completely replacing the drag link tie rod and ends as well as the steering stabilizer. This will also remain fully adjustable and carry over some of the same features that your factory setup did while requiring no modification to your knuckles with a factory-like fit. I would like to mention though that after you install this, you will need to take your Jeep to get an alignment for the best drivability.Now, again, this will be a factory-style replacement. So you can expect OE quality out of this made of a steel tube construction. Now tie rod and the drag link ends will also have factory-style ball joints and the color adjustment on the drag link to make sure that it's very easy when it comes to alignment. Now, the ends of the tie rods are also gonna be set up very similarly when it comes to threading them on and adjusting them. Now, the stabilizer will also resemble the OE one with a comfortable hydraulic shock build while offering good resistance to absorb any unwanted feedback. Not to mention this will come with everything that you need in the kit as far as all the hardware and a new castle nut in cotter pin.This will come in at roughly $375 for the kit, being pretty affordable compared to other full steering kits. Now again, this will keep it simple and straightforward with a replacement OE setup. Now, others on the page may be made of a Chromoly material. They may have a larger tube size or heavy-duty ball joint ends, again, for those heavy wheel and tire setups like a 33 and those harder wheeling situations. Now, those, however, because of their size, may require modification to the knuckle or additional components as to where this is not going to need any of that. Now, I think if you don't need all of that extra strength, or those added bells and whistles, you just need a solid and an affordable replacement for your steering setup, then this is gonna be it.So, when it comes to install, this will be a two-out-of-three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about three hours to get the job done. And again, you will need an alignment after you install this kit to keep that factory-like drivability. However, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of what the install looks like step by step. So, that wraps it up for me. Let's jump into it.Male Speaker: Tools used for this install, 15, 18, and 19-millimeter sockets, 3/8 electric impact gun, a 22, 21, 20, 19, and 18-millimeter wrench, and a hammer. Hey guys, I'm gonna show you how to install our steering kit here on our 2014 Wrangler. So, let's get started.So, the first thing we're gonna do is move our steering bar here. There's a nut up top here, it's a 21-millimeter, and then another 21 down here. I'm gonna take my 21-millimeter wrench, and break this loose, and remove our nut here. We'll get this one off. So, now I'm gonna take my 21-millimeter and break this nut loose. So, now we have these both off. I'm gonna take a hammer. We're gonna smack it here and smack it on the other one to break our joints here loose. Because I'm gonna take my ball-peen hammer, smack it right here, and get this loose. And then we're going to come down to the other side here, and give it a whack, and hold it in place.I put the nut on that just to hold it. So now that we have these two broken loose, I put the nuts back on them and put it up into place, and that way it's ready to come off. We're going to remove our shock here. That's for our stabilizer here, that's on our center link here. Then once we get this off, we'll be able to pull this one off, pull that one down, and we'll get all our steering out of the way. So, I'm gonna take an 18-millimeter, get on this nut right here, break it loose. I'm gonna take that off.Now that we got that loose there, we're gonna be able to take our two outer tie rod nuts off, hit them with the hammer, and drop this whole thing out of the way. So, I'm gonna take my 21-millimeter, my 3/8 gun, break this loose here, and I'm going to get it three-quarters of the way up, and leave it on. Now we'll do the same on the opposite side. So, I'm gonna take my 21-millimeter again on this side, make this loose. I'm gonna get it pretty far off, but enough it stays on. So when I hit it, it falls down but it doesn't drop all the way down onto the ground. So, now I'm gonna take my ball-peen hammer, smack it right here to get this loose.And we're gonna do that same thing on the other side. Gonna do the same now to this side, take my ball-peen hammer, give it a couple smacks. Okay, so now we're gonna remove the nuts that we left just a couple of threads on, set that nut outta the way. Drop this down and remove the shock. Come over here. Same over here. We'll take this nut off, we'll remove this bar, and then we're going to come up in here, remove the nuts that we broke loose earlier. I'm just gonna put them up there for now, and we'll remove this bar.Next, we'll remove our shock. So, now I'm gonna take a 19-millimeter wrench and a 20-millimeter deep socket on my 3/8 gun and we're going to run this nut off here. I'm gonna get it to that point there where it's loose. Take the nut off by hand, pull this out, and remove that. So, now what we're gonna do is install our steering link here. That goes right here. Now what I did was, it comes with it pretty much together. I just adjusted it to the factory one, and I'm gonna stick it back on. Now again, once you do all this, you're gonna want to get your vehicle aligned. So what I did was made it the same length as the factory one. And we're going to install this and get this up into place here. And we'll stick our nut on to hold it up in.Now we have our clamps here loose, we'll tighten them up then after we get this in place. And then we're gonna come over here and install this one. So now we're gonna install our tie rod end over on this side. I'm gonna push it up into place, get a nut in place here, and now we'll tighten them up. So now I'm gonna take a 22-millimeter, tighten this up first. Once I get it tight, you kind of wanna move it to the point where you can get a cotter pin in. And what you're going to do is just spin it up, and you can bend the cotter pin up. I usually try to do it with my fingers. Now, remember this one here has a greaseable fitting. We're gonna want to grease this one. The other ones don't have grease fittings in. So those we won't be greasing. So, now we'll go over and tighten the other one up.So, now we're gonna take the 22-millimeter, tighten this one up. And then I have this one tightened up. You're gonna remember this is not a greaseable fitting. Now we'll tighten our two clamps up here. Lock it in place. Then I'm gonna take my 15-millimeter, my 3/8 gun, tighten our clamps up here. I'll lock those in place. So, now we're gonna put our bottom center link in here with our tie rods in place. And again, what I did with this is I took the stock one and adjusted the length to it. And I'm just going to get this up into place here. Run our nut in, and then come over here on the other side. Get our sleeve in place, put our tie rod here. Sometimes you gotta just bend it a little bit to get it to fit. Get it lined up, hold it up into place, get our nut started, adjust that. Now we'll tighten those two up.So, now I'm going to tighten these up here on each end. I'm gonna take a 22-millimeter, my 3/8 gun. And we're gonna tighten these up. We're gonna do the same on the other side. So, now we're gonna tighten our clamp up here that's gonna lock everything in place. Plus we're also gonna tighten up our shock mount here. Now I have this adjusted to the factory setting of the other one, so we can put our new shock on. So, I'll come over here with a 15-millimeter, my 3/8 gun. We'll tighten this one up, get it in place, and we'll come over here. Do the same with this one. Now, in this one, I also had to use a 15-millimeter wrench just to hold the top. This one has a square cutout in the back, which locks it in place.So, now I'm gonna put my shock in place now. I'm gonna drop that spacer on, slide over this part of the shock. One of our washers in place and our nut. We'll snug that up. And on the other side here we have a bolt, little flat washer. We'll stick that through, another flat washer to smash the rubber bushing, another flat washer, and a nut. And now we'll tighten this up. So, now I'm gonna take my 3/8 gun with an 18-millimeter, tighten this front one up here. So, now I'm gonna take a 19-millimeter wrench down here, and a 19-millimeter socket on my 3/8 gun. And we're gonna tighten this one up here. That wraps up this review and install of our steering kit for '07 to '18 Jeep Wrangler JKs. Thanks for watching, and for all things Wrangler, keep it right here,

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A


      • Steering Components
      • Steering Rebuild Kit
      • Includes Tie Rods, Steering Stabilizer With Bracket, Drag Links, Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeves
      • Right and Left Side
      • 12-Month Warranty
      • Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK


      Don’t Let Sloppy Steering Ruin Your Day. There's nothing like bad steering to drive you nuts. You want to go one way, and the wheel wants to go another. If your Wrangler JK is exhibiting bad behavior in the turns, it might be time to overhaul the steering. This do-all total steering kit will help you do that.

      Everything You Need to Get Going. One of the worst sins you could commit is installing shiny new steering components to old, run-down equipment. For one, the fit and finish will be all off. Also, the chances are the old components are as much to blame for heartaches as what you're replacing. Don't be that person. Thankfully, you don't have to be when this kit is what's on your invoice. It has everything you need to get up and running without worrying about loose threads. The kit includes the steering stabilizer and bracket, all tie rods, adjusting sleeves, and everything else you need to bring that steering system back to life.

      All that and a 12-Month Warranty. Every manufacturer will guarantee that, so how do you know for sure? By picking those that stand behind their product. The good news is that the one-year warranty attached to this kit promises it's a cut above a lot of the other scrap metal out there.

      Fitment. Fits 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models.


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